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Does Sharknado 2: The Second One Look Worse? Is That A Good Thing?

Remember Sharknado? Remember? No? Ok, we’ll catch you up. Sharknado was a minor blip on the pop culture radar around comic con last year. The outlandish title coupled with stunt casting and a heaping portion of internet chatter propelled the shark-sploitation film to higher heights than Asylum could  have ever hoped for. Now, only one year later, Asylum is about to release an aptly titled sequel. Sharknado 2: The Second […]

David Fincher’s Gone Girl Gets New Trailer

Gone Girl, the new film from David Fincher, looks to be a spooky and atmospheric thriller based around the potential innocence of a man accused of killing his wife. The film has themes similar to many of Fincher’s best works. We’ll see how the film ultimately pans out. Is is unfair of me to instantly see a Bond Girl and Batman running around on screen? Probably. Regardless, it’s a Fincher […]

Deliver Us From Evil Director Scott Derrickson Interview

Scott Derrickson’s new film Deliver Us has been gaining buzz and industry acclaim even before it opens. The film looks to be an interesting take on the slightly tired exorcism genre. The idea of combining the gritty real life cop side of things with a more horror driven exorcism story is very interesting. And the fact that it’s based on real accounts of a police officer only prove to drive […]

Check Out These Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Short Films

The release of the second entry in the newly rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise is rapidly approaching. And to increase excitement for the film even more 20th Century Fox has done something amazing. They’ve collaborated with Vice’s Motherboard to produce three short films that span the ten year gap between Rise and Dawn. Three directors, three different time periods, and three radically different short films. The thing that’s the […]

David Cronenberg’s New Short Film ‘The Nest’

David Cronenberg, the visionary director behind such films as Scanners, Videodrome and The Fly, has just released a new short film titled The Nest. The short film is a slightly more subjective take on the Body Horror genre that Cronenberg helped to create. The film is a slowly plodding 9:18. The film feels like a stripped back, streamlined entry into Cronenberg’s oeuvre. The Nest could almost be described too barebones or […]

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Need Some Help in ‘The Skeleton Twins’

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig are both SNL alumni. They’re also both leading actors, extremely funny, and supremely talented. I point that out because that’s a rare combination. In a day and age where focus groups and marketing campaigns reign supreme, it’s refreshing to see two talented individuals actually making interesting content. They’re newest movie Skeleton Twins looks like an interestingly dark subversion of the standard ‘reconnecting with family’ movie. […]

Sam Raimi Could Direct ‘The Outpost’

Sam Raimi, the director of movies such as Evil Dead, Spider-man, Oz: Great and Powerful, and The Quick and The Dead, is currently circling an Afghan War picture. The Outpost is an adaptation of the novel by the same name written by Jack Tapper. The film is currently being written by Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, who were responsible for the screenplay for the film The Fighter. Currently, Raimi is […]

Shane Black Says The Magic Words…

It was announced earlier this week that Shane Black would be directing a new installment of the Predator franchise. It was also revealed that his long time collaborator Fred Dekker would be scripting the film, based off a treatment from black. Initial reports had the film as a direct reboot/remake of the classic 1987 film. Well, apparently one of those tidbits wasn’t actually accurate. In talking with collider Black elaborated […]

New Mad Max Photos!

    Finally, we have an official  first look at Tom Hardy and  Charlize Theron as their characters in the Mad Max: Fury Road. Here’s hoping we get to see more shots of the rest of the cast soon.   “In the newest edition of the Mad Max series, he will be portrayed by the actor Tom Hardy, and will take place before the second installment. The story will fill […]

The New TMNT Movie Still Looks Awful

Michael Bay’s big screen reboot for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is making its way to the big screen. It’s got a huge budget, snappy dialogue, and a cast of pretty humans running around doing pretty human things. You know what it doesn’t have? Humanity. Quality. A basic understanding of what the fans want to see in a TMNT movie. Oh, and dudes in suits. Although that might just be […]

Is Rambo V Happening?

Ol’ Sly Stallone has been cranking out Expendables movies faster than you can say ‘AAAAADRIANNN’. How many of them are there now? Like 13? Or 14? Regardless, I don’t think anyone is really clamoring for any more of the 80’s action throwback team up franchise. However, the other franchises that Stallone seems to revisit fairly often has some new interest. No, not Rocky. Rambo. Ever since the simply titled fourth […]

Kevin Heart Coming To A Theater Near You In ‘The Wedding Ringer’

Kevin Heart is one of the most popular comedians currently working. It seems like he’s got another film coming out every five minute, along with his television show ‘Real Husbands of Hollywood’ and his stand up specials. The man seems to never sleep. Well, he’s coming out with another movie. It’s a comedy, shocker. And it looks, well, it looks like a comedy starring Kevin Heart. If you’re about that […]

Dear White People Looks Hilarious

Earlier this year, at Sundance, the critics and crowds alike professed adoration for Justin Simien’s debut feature film Dear White People. The film lends a critical eye to the current state of race relations here in the U.S. The film examines numerous topics and subjects that are, needless to say, sensitive. But through Simien’s witty pen they’re all treated with the same energy and irreverence. For more on Justin Simien’s […]

Check Out Tim Burton’s Hansel & Gretel

Tim Burton is a highly acclaimed, much beloved film director. But like everyone he had to start off at the bottom. He had to work his way up. He had to claw his way out of obscurity, just like everyone else. Well, recently, a copy of one of Burton’s first short films has appeared online. It’s a retelling of Hansel & Gretel. Is it good? Well, not not really. Is […]

The Final Trailer For Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Aims For Epic

The sequel to the soft reboot of the Planet of the Apes franchise is coming to a theatre near you. Dawn aims to be one thing, epic. It’s attempting to turn up the drama and gravitas. And from the look of the trailer, succeeding. The initial entry into the newly re-started franchise, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, was a refreshingly stripped back, bare bone narrative that kept large […]